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Clean Up[edit]

The first thing I did was Google for copy and paste, I did not find that this page had been taken from any single source. Not knowing anything about the subject I also looked to see if DOMP was a real term. I found several blog entries but on casual search did not find any substantial references. Jeepday 00:11, 17 December 2006 (UTC)


Just beginning clean up, all of these different acronyms DOMM, DOMP, REIC link back to this page. The will need their own sections or pages. Jeepday 00:11, 17 December 2006 (UTC)


Some of this article is less neutral then other parts. My impression is that this article needs good reliable source references from major sources, to decrease it's chances of being recommended for deletion. Jeepday 00:29, 17 December 2006 (UTC)

This article also describes "bloggers" as a type of savior or whistle-blower, without backing up this assertion up with facts. It reads more like an advertisement for "the power of the blogosphere" than a fact-driven piece. Removing the vague blogger references would strengthen this article.

I tried removing some peacock terms concerning the non-blogger side, but this article still sounds biased. Lisatwo 18:04, 11 July 2007 (UTC)

Made updates to the article and I've removed the NPOV template, please use {{POV-section}} or better yet {{POV-statement}} for sentences, then detail issues here. This will help address them in a timely manner. - RoyBoy 02:22, 16 December 2011 (UTC)